We work hard to ensure that our new patients are well at ease,
because we know that visiting a doctor for the first time can be an
overwhelming and nerve wracking experience. At our office, you will be welcomed with a warm greeting, have the option to complete the paperwork in the comfort of your own home, and have a personalized conversation on strategies that will contribute to improving the quality of your life.
WHAT TO EXPECT
1. Your first visit will last about an hour and a half. This will include a consultation and examination with the Doctor, as well as an assessment by our Licensed Athletic Trainer, and will serve as the information gathering time.
2. The second visit will be a 30-minute follow up with the Doctor, which will include your first chiropractic adjustment, and a 30-minute rehabilitation session with our Athletic Trainer.
3. The third visit will be another adjustment with the Doctor.
4. Your fourth visit will be a 45-minute Report of Findings consultation with the Doctor. The doctor will discuss your recommended treatment plan moving forward, as well as answer any questions or concerns you may have about how that will transpire. We always welcome additional members of your family to accompany you during this visit so that they can become educated about the next steps as well.
We hope to see you in our office soon!
When you complete these forms ahead of time, it allows us to get right to your care. Having insight into your health history provides us with indications as to how we might work with any current issues you may be experiencing. Patient Health History is required for age twelve or above. Please print the agreements below and allow us to provide the best service and best results in the shortest amount of time.
Click on the forms you need, print and complete the requested information.
Fax, mail, or drop off your forms to our office before your appointment.
Please do not email forms to our office.
Our forms are in PDF format. You can download the Free AdobeReader here.
Do you have Medicare? Please read our letter to Medicare patients then print and fill out the Medicare Advance Notice Agreement.
Additional forms may be requested by your doctor or front staff.